This is the biggest plant in the tent all the others look fine
Drooping leaves can indicate a number of things, notably under watering / over watering / root stress / imbalance in nutrient uptake due to pH or availability so need a bit more info to diagnose bro..
what medium are you in?
what kinda watering / feeding schedule are you on ?
Are your other plants all getting same inputs?
Are the stems and petioles (leaf stems) purpling?
Others may be able to help also with a bit more info
Okay they are in Coco and I'm using the Auto Pot system and they are all getting the same feed , it's bigger than the other plants and is closer to the lights
Okay peep's the Auto Pot system works by feeding from the bottom up and they have a valve in the tray that automatically keeps the tray that the plants sit in filled with water/feeding nutrient's
It's buffered Coco and they are about a month old
As far as the autopots go, I don't know anyone successfully using coco and autopots but then again I don't know everything lol. Like I mentioned before, the way I learned to grow in coco requires that you flush waste salts out of the media and autopots won't do this. I am under the impression that autopots are best with soil but no matter because here we are lol
It looks like you are close to flower on the droopy one so I'd apply a foliar application on Epson Salts to the entire plant. Mix the solution at 1 teaspoon per 3 liters water (0.31 grams per cup). Spray the foliage top and bottom till it is completely soaked and let it dry. This will deliver magnesium directly to the plant leaves and help facilitate further nutrient uptake. Magnesium uptake is something that coco isn't extremely good at so this gives them a real good bump. You shouldn't spray the plants that are already in flower but the other 2 will probably appreciate the boost.
Have you any trays buddy and do away with the auto pot feeding system ? Found loads of issues myself with auto feeding and coco , that said your plants look great , the feed system with me didn't soak through all the substraight taking with it the salt deposit , which ultimetly led to lock out , and buds like hay water from the top ensures that rootball keeps in range and if it goes off , next feed can be to rectify slightly , coco is a shit hot substraight
Right I've just checked out a couple of sites with information on this , yes I know should have done it before I started . And the only thing I've not done is put clay pebbles in the bottom of my pots , it's a Coco perlite mix
You learn from your mistakes
I've just spayed them with a foliar spray going to give them 24hrs if they respond well to the spray going to add the booster to the feed reservoir tank I'm using powdered Green House Nutrients will post results for information
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